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“Reclaim Your Brain” acknowledges “the effect that the news cycle is having on us psychologically.”
“I think sometimes we get stuck in an echo chamber of being around each other a little too much. And I think that can hinder some of this work.”
Three experts in fact-checking and misinformation explain how false narratives are created and spread to Spanish-speaking audiences.
Plus: What investment ownership has done to local news, the credibility of photos on social media vs. news sites, and Republicans in Congress share far more low-quality news than ordinary people do.
“If we really want to serve communities that are increasingly tuning us out, increasingly unsubscribing, increasingly looking the other way — my God, we’ve got to go to the communities directly.”
A new study investigates the ways Black women use social media, TV news, and other sources to engage with politics.
But roughly half of U.S. counties have only one news outlet or less.